Witheridge 4 miles.
This is a delightful rural retreat off the beaten track in the heart of Devon, but easily accessible.
Set on a 42-acre deer farm with woodland, rolling meadows and a fishing lake, this detached cottage will appeal to countryside lovers.
The light, bright open plan living area has oak floors, a comfy leather suite and a woodburner for that little extra bit of comfort on cooler evenings.
There is an oak door opening to the staircase from the living room, leading to two attractive bedrooms offering lovely countryside views, both sharing a bathroom.
Guests have their own private patio area adjacent to the cottage and are free to wander through the owners’ superb garden towards the meadows and down to the lake, where there is fishing, birdwatching or simply space for peace and quiet.
Take a couple of chairs and spend some time watching the herd of deer and stags.
This lovely cottage is only four miles from attractive Witheridge, five miles from the village of Kings Nympton or ten minutes’ drive from the market town of South Molton, known as the gateway to Exmoor and famous for its Pannier Market, quaint tea rooms and antiques shops.
This area of Devon is an excellent touring base with easy access to many places of interest, including RHS Rosemoor, Dartington Crystal and Exmoor National Park, not forgetting the spectacular coastline and sandy beaches along the North Devon coast.
We are sure that this is a cottage that you will want to return to.
About the location
Kings Nympton 9 miles; Chulmleigh 9.5 miles; South Molton 10 miles; Tiverton 10.5 miles.
The quaint little village of Witheridge sits amongst beautiful Devon countryside, with lots of little old houses, a pub, convenience store, a newsagents an even a visiting pizza van, The travelling Pizzeria, which serves wood-fired pizzas fresh from its van in the village each Wednesday, or the fish and chip van, which calls on the village each Friday. The beautiful thatched village of Kings Nympton is just a short drive away and was voted Devon Village of the Year in 1999 by the Campaign for the Preservation of Rural England. Quintessentially English, the village is home to the award-winning thatched and beamed The Grove Inn, which serves excellent home-cooked food and a wonderful range of ale and cider all year round. Chulmleigh to the west offers a couple of pubs, restaurants and takeaways, along with convenience stores and an excellent butchers and bakery, whilst the historic town of Tiverton to the west boasts a selection of interesting boutiques, farm shops, along with lovely walks along the River Exe.
With Exmoor and Dartmoor so close, there is great walking in the area, and within an hour's drive you can reach the coast at a number of lovely beaches.